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In the early hours of 21 March, Ukraine’s capital Kyiv came again under massive attack after a respite of over 40 days. OCHA
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STORY: OCHA / KYIV ATTACK
TRT: 02:36
SOURCE: OCHA
RESTRICTIONS: PLEASE CREDIT OCHA ON SCREEN
LANGUAGE: UKRAINIAN / NATS
DATELINE: 21 MARCH 2024, KYIV, UKRAINE

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21 MARCH 2024, SHEVCHENKIVSKYI DISTRICT, KYIV, UKRAINE

1 Wide shot, crater in the street resulted from air attack
2. SOUNDBITE (Ukrainian) Nadiia, local resident:
“I was all shaken. Who knows what to do now, how to live on. I don't know. I need support as I don't have resources to repair those balconies.”
3. Various shots, damage to buildings
4. Various shots, humanitarian workers on the scene
5. SOUNDBITE (Ukrainian) Taras, Right to Protection NGO (R2P):
“We are directing people to respective bodies in the local administrations and humanitarian centres. After this, there are specific questions – either about renewal of damaged documents or procedures of compensation for the damaged property.”
6. Various, shots of damage
7. SOUNDBITE (Ukrainian) Ganna, local resident:
“All our windows were blown away, the child is very scared. She is 13-years-old. The grandmother is very scared also. After that happened they went to the bomb shelter. There is glass everywhere on the floor, but no significant damage. The child was affected.”
8. Various shots, damage
9. SOUNDBITE (Ukrainian) Ganna, local resident:
“We are displaced persons since 2014, and for six years we kept relocating across Ukraine, it is very painful for us what is happening.”

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In the early hours of 21 March, Ukraine’s capital Kyiv came again under massive attack after a respite of over 40 days.

Houses, education facilities and other civilian objects were damaged. Reportedly, over a dozen people were injured, six schools and kindergartens sustained damage, and a transformer substation was hit and set on fire by debris.

Humanitarian organizations arrived at the site of the attack in the early morning and swiftly mobilized immediate assistance – legal and psychological support, emergency repair materials, food, clothes, and financial assistance to people who sustained blast trauma.

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OCHA
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3187875
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3187875